Scaevola albida ‘Mauve Clusters’

Native to Australia, Scaevola albida ‘Mauve Clusters’ forms a dense mat that grows 6 inches tall and spreads 3-5 feet wide. The glossy, bright green foliage is tipped with clusters of ½” wide lilac-mauve, fan-shaped flowers. Scaevola albida grows stems and flowers that are smaller than those of the Scaevola aemula species. ‘Mauve Clusters’ provides excellent landscape performance if planted in full sun to partial shade, in soil that has excellent drainage. Provide moderate water. If planted in an area that is mostly shade, ‘Mauve Clusters’ will be weaker and less floriferous than if planted in full sun. This low-growing perennial functions well as a border or informal edging plant. It is als

Westringia fruticosa ‘Smokey’ (Coast Rosemary)

Westringia fruticosa ‘Smokey’ (Coast Rosemary) A versatile, strong and resilient evergreen shrub that is a top performer in the landscape, Westringia fruticosa ‘Smokey’ is a tried and true perennial commonly used by landscape professionals. If allowed to grow into its natural shape, it can reach 4-6 feet tall x 4-5 feet wide, creating a relaxed and airy shrub. However, if a more formal landscape is desired, ‘Smokey’ can be clipped to produce a formal hedge. The linear leaves are sage green with creamy white margins, and from a distance the shrub appears to have a silver appearance. Delicate white flowers appear in spring. Westringia fruticosa ‘Smokey’ is quite tolerant of salt spray and wind

Thymus vulgaris ‘Common Thyme’ & ‘English Thyme’, Thymus x citriodorus ‘Lemon Thyme’

With summer gardening in full swing, now is the time to add perennial herbs to your garden. Thymus vulgaris ‘Common Thyme’ and ‘English Thyme’, as well as Thymus x citriodorus ‘Lemon Thyme’ play an important role in any vegetable, herb, or kitchen garden. The dainty flowers in shades of white to pale lilac draw in an abundance of Bees and Butterflies which in turn will visit some of the other veggies in your patch. The soothing shades of green help to bring a calming influence to the garden, and the fragrant foliage releases essential oils that perfume the surrounding area when simply brushed against on a warm summer day. Most culinary Thymes are easy to grow and can be used in a variety of

Gaura lindheimeri ‘Siskiyou Pink’, ‘Whirling Butterflies’, and ‘Sparkle White’

Gaura lindheimeri ‘Siskiyou Pink’, ‘Whirling Butterflies’, and ‘Sparkle White’ Gaura lindheimeri, also known as “Wand Flower” or “Bee Blossom”, is an herbaceous perennial that is native to Texas and Louisiana. It grows anywhere from 1 ½ - 3 feet tall, and 2 – 3 feet wide. ‘Sparkle White’ is the most compact of the three varieties, and is an All American Selection Winner and FleuroSelect Gold Medal Award Winner for excellent garden performance. Although Gaura lindheimeri has a graceful and delicate look, these perennials are tough plants and strong performers in the landscape. They have narrow dark green leaves that grow in a mound at the base, and are topped with long, slender semi-arching

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